• For Your Gut Raspberry 24 Cans
  • For Your Gut Raspberry 24 Cans
  • For Your Gut Raspberry 24 Cans
  • For Your Gut Raspberry 24 Cans

For Your Gut Raspberry 24 Cans

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Sparkling Raspberry with Fibre, Zinc & Magnesium - 24 x 250ml

Made by chefs, this is real squeezed raspberry pop… with perks.  Powered by Dalston’s PREBIO blend of dietary fibre, botanical extracts and minerals for immunity, digestion and metabolism.

No added sugar, no sweeteners and no artificial ingredients, it’s the skill of our chefs and the quality of our fruit that gives this fizz its full, punchy flavour.


  • Digestion*
  • Immunity*
  • Plant Fibre
  • Metabolism*
Nutritional Info Per 100ml

Energy Kj 42 / Energy Kcal 10 / Fat 0g of Which Saturates 0g / Carbohydrates 2.5g of Which Sugars 2.4g / Fibre 1.2g / Protein 0g / Salt 0g / Magnesium 24mg / Zinc 0.66mg / Contains Naturally Occurring Sugars


Sparkling water, fruit juices from concentrate (Apple, Raspberry [14%]), Dalston’s Prebio Blend* (Chicory Root Fibre, Corn Fibre, Baobab Extract, Lemon Balm Extract), Natural Flavourings, Minerals (Magnesium, Zinc).

*Contains 2.2g of your 12g per day chicory inulin, which contributes to normal digestive function / Magnesium contributes to normal metabolism / Zinc contributes to the normal function of the immune system

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Fibre is considered essential for optimal gut health. Fancy a daily source? We’ve got 3g of it in every can. 

Contributing to the function of your immune system, DNA synthesis, growth and development - Zinc is a real wonderkid.

Magnesium is a real overachiever. That’s why we put 60g in every can, 15% of your recommended daily intake.

Magnesium contributes to...

- Psychological function
- A reduction of tiredness and fatigue
- Metabolism
- Electrolyte balance
- Bone health
- Teeth health
- Nervous system function
- Muscle function
- Protein synthesis

Used as a medicine since the Middle Ages, Lemon Balm was traditionally consumed as a calming tea and to ease indigestion.

Used for centuries as a source of nutrients, fibre and to aid digestion.

Better for your insides







Compliments to the chef

  • ★★★★★

    “This is getting me through Dry January!”

  • ★★★★★

    “A posh fizzy drink”

  • ★★★★★

    “What a drink this is! Delicious and refreshing and good for the waistline too!”

  • ★★★★★

    “Obsessed - healthy alternative to sugary sodas ”

  • ★★★★★

    “I discovered them on a whim and literally they’re so good. They taste great and make me feel good overall. ”



What does it all mean? All your sciencey questions answered.

Gut health is the function of the entire digestive tract - all 9 metres of it. A relatively new area of scientific discovery, the importance of gut health to our overall health is increasingly in the limelight with research showing that the gut microbiome could impact EVERY ORGAN IN OUR BODIES.

Gut health has been linked to…

The immune system

Mental health

Autoimmune disease

Endocrine disorders

Gastrointestinal disorders

Cardiovascular disease




While research is ongoing, there are also indications that gut health can support skin health and even weight management.

Every one of us has a unique microbiome made up of trillions of bacteria, fungi and microbes. This little gut squad has been shown to play a role in digestion, in stimulating and training the immune system, in nervous system regulation and energy release.

A healthy gut contains healthy bacteria and immune cells that can ward off infections - 70% of our immune cells lay along our digestive tract.

The gut-brain axis is a two-way network. Research indicates that not only does the brain influence intestinal activities, the gut can also impact the brain, including mood, cognition and mental health.

Serotonin is an important brain neurotransmitter that has been linked to anxiety, depression and impulsivity. It has been estimated that approximately 95% of serotonin is found in the gastrointestinal tract.

Most of us know that fibre helps keep our digestive system healthy, however research is now showing associations between fibre and lowered risks of heart and circulatory disease, type 2 diabetes and even some cancers. The current recommendation is that adults should consume around 30g of fibre each day and yet most people are only getting around 20g a day from their diet.

Magnesium is a mineral that acts as a cofactor for more than 300 enzymatic reactions in the human body! It plays a vital role in energy production and contributes to psychological function, a reduction of tiredness and fatigue, metabolism, electrolyte balance, bone health, teeth health, nervous system function, muscle function and protein synthesis. Guess you could say it’s a real overachiever.

Surveys exploring diets in Europe have shown that most people are getting less than the recommended magnesium, so every can of Dalston’s Prebiotic Soda includes 60g - 15% of your daily recommended intake.

Zinc is considered essential for the function of the immune system and immune response. It contributes to normal DNA synthesis, replication and damage repair, as well as growth and development. Every can of Dalston’s Prebiotic Soda includes 15% of your daily recommended intake of Zinc.

Yes, but in a good way. Soluble fibre impacts mouth feel or the ‘thickness’ of a drink, and also has a slightly sweet taste. Fun fact, we actually started using soluble fibre in our Dalston’s Ginger Beer many moons ago specifically for its mouthfeel and sweetness.

As for Zinc and Magnesium, they’re both commonly used in food & drink in the form of mineral salts which taste (surprise, surprise) salty. This means that our chefs have had to carefully balance the Zinc and Magnesium in Dalston’s Prebiotic Soda to get the flavour just right. The result? Chef-made fizz that’s top of the pops - great tasting and it still packs a big health kick.